Aberdeen have completed their second signing of the day with goalkeeper Tomas Cerny joining on a one year deal.
The 33-year-old, who represented Czech Republic at under-21 level, was a free agent after leaving Partick Thistle following their demotion to the Championship at the end of last season.
Cerny spent three years at Hamilton Accies from 2009 to 2012 before joining CSKA Sofia. He also had spells with Greek Super League club Ergotelis and Hibernian before moving to the Maryhill Jags.
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The Dons had already bolstered their squad ahead of tomorrow’s tie against Burnley by signing defender Tommie Hoban on a season-long loan from Watford.
Dons manager Derek McInnes said: “When we made the decision to allow Danny Rogers to go out on loan to St Mirren, we had been looking at potential options to provide cover for Joe Lewis. The injury to young David Craddock at Inverurie on Monday evening accelerated that process.
“We’re delighted to bring in a player with such experience and who was so willing to get the deal done. Having Tomas as cover will allow Danny to gain valuable match experience at St. Mirren.”